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post #29421 of 33991
Sett all your current to 130%, power phase to extreme, LLC to 9. All the I/O to 0.20, enable PLL overvoltage, disable the communication to the voltage regulator.
After that the VCCIN should be around 2.1v and vcore around 1.45v. The last bit is obviously dependent on you chip. You have the cooling power AND power delivery I don't have. I don't even have a good PSU. redface.gif
Ram should be at 1333 and cache at 3.9. That comes later.

http://rog.asus.com/254052013/maximus-motherboards/recommended-settings-for-overclocking-maximus-vi-motherboards/
That helped alot.
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post #29422 of 33991
It really only took me a long weekend to pretty much dial in 90% of what I needed to do to run 5Ghz, after that it was just running handbrake 0.001v higher than the last time to see if it would pass.

I did experience some chip degradation, but I'm unsure if it's because I had run 1.4v+ while it wasn't delidded and I had gone to 95c stress testing it once or twice. At any rate, it wasn't much degradation, and it went from 1.425v 5Ghz stable to needing 1.45v at the same speed.

Once I had it delidded it never went over 80c at the very most. If you really want to you can OC on air and run some pretty ridiculous voltages, you don't really want to run much more than 1.4v on haswell/dc so realistically speaking it's all I'll ever need.
post #29423 of 33991
Mine hasn't degraded yet but all I do is game and burn DVDs. Neither gets above 70c or so at 5Ghz.
GTA5 is in the low 60s with no vsync an +95% use on every core. But I've been delidded since 4.5Ghz.
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post #29424 of 33991
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Originally Posted by white owl View Post

Sett all your current to 130%, power phase to extreme, LLC to 9. All the I/O to 0.20, enable PLL overvoltage, disable the communication to the voltage regulator.
After that the VCCIN should be around 2.1v and vcore around 1.45v. The last bit is obviously dependent on you chip. You have the cooling power AND power delivery I don't have. I don't even have a good PSU. redface.gif
Ram should be at 1333 and cache at 3.9. That comes later.

http://rog.asus.com/254052013/maximus-motherboards/recommended-settings-for-overclocking-maximus-vi-motherboards/
That helped alot.
Ok thanks i will try it today.
post #29425 of 33991
I had my VCCIN at 1.985v, why were you running 2.1v? This was even with a 0.1v boost to cache voltage with the cache set to 35 to prevent any instability, and higher imc voltages, ram voltages, and igpu voltages since I used opensync to encode for streaming and had it overclocked and wanted it stable too.

2.1v seems like, crazy high.
post #29426 of 33991
That's what it took to get my ram to run at 2200Mhz, cache 4.5Ghz and core 5Ghz. And BCLK was 100.1 which threw things off. (had to do that to get into the club and I was chucking voltage to do that...I'd suggest dialing all these back like I did.)
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post #29427 of 33991
Raising cache clock speed does figuratively nothing for performance. There's no sense in doing it, and it's not necessary for running higher ram clocks, hasn't worked at all for me either.
post #29428 of 33991
I did all those tweaks, lowered the ram, cache etc, while it did help somewhat (could boot into windows 5ghz with 1.4v), but as usual no stability whatsoever and increasing vcore did nothing once again, same with 4.9. Guess i just have to stick with 4.7-4.8, which not too bad, those last mhz aren't going to do a world of difference, but it is always nice to have them.
post #29429 of 33991
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Raising cache clock speed does figuratively nothing for performance. There's no sense in doing it, and it's not necessary for running higher ram clocks, hasn't worked at all for me either.
It lowers ram latency. Alot.
Ram speed matters in games. Especially GTA5. Stock cache and ram would only give me 60fps minimums in the city. 2200 with 45 on the cache jacked it up to 90fps. Gained a few hundred in firestrike too. Does nothing/little for maximum framerate though.
Either way, I don't just OC for performance. I do it because I like to push what is possible. I don't care if I kill my core, board, ram, IMC, etc because I am an overclocker.
I can run any game just fine with stock CPU and GPU bios.

@fyzzz...you may have to delid to get these clocks stable. I couldn't do much more than 4.5 before hand even though my temps were good. No idea why that is.
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post #29430 of 33991
Yep i think i will order Coollaboratory Liquid Pro and try out delid. Feels like my chip could benefit from it, even though it runs cold now. I can afford a new i5 if mess up tongue.gif. A shop were i usually order my parts here have some Liquid Pro in stock, so it will only take a couple of days. 10€...kinda expensive for a paste, but hey if it helps i would say it's totally worth it
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